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If you like Chinese or Taiwanese traditional music, then you must not miss Jade Bells and Bamboo Pipes. A favorite of many, this program is listed as one of the top ten shows in 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2009 by Passport to the World Band Radio, a leading shortwave magazine. A vast array of instruments are featured and it is a show that will satisfy your hunger for exotic music.
29 May, 2019
Zeng Yongqing was born in Tianjin in 1944 and is China's national first class dizi performer. He tried to imitate the music in Peking opera with dizi
22 May, 2019
For six decades, traditional Paiwan songs had been neglected. None of the people in the local villages could sing any of their songs in entirety. It w
15 May, 2019
Characterized by a special way of singing and storytelling, Shuo Chang is a popular public entertainment that has mesmerized the Chinese people for hu
08 May, 2019
First appeared in the 14th century, Xi-qu is a general term to describe various forms of local Chinese operas. Xu-qu or Chinese operas had undergone m
01 May, 2019
This week’s Jade Bells and Bamboo Pipes features qin music performed at International Symposium on the Art of Qin in Sichuan in 1995. You will hear mu
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